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· March, 2007

Stories about El Salvador from March, 2007

Arepa de Huevo from Colombia, Ceviche from Ecuador and Pupusas from El Salvador!

#1: From Colombia: Nika's Culinaria shares a delicious recipe with step-by-step photos on how to prepare a traditional Colombian delicacy: Arepa de Huevo (Arepa with Egg) My first experience with...

El Salvador, Chile: Roque Dalton and Roberto Bolaño

Venezuelan-American poet Guillermo Parra, recently in San Salvador to research Salvadoran poet Roque Dalton (1935-1975), describes the interests in leftists politics and experimental fiction shared by Dalton and the Chilean...

What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — about the passing of a witness

If your only source of news was the main Salvadoran newspapers, you might have missed the story. The sole survivor of a notorious massacre of civilians during El Salvador civil...

El Salvador: Deadbeat Parents

Tim Muth on “Deadbeat parents from El Salvador”: “This is an aspect of Salvadoran emigration to the US which you do not often read how about — what happens if...

El Salvador: Vatican's notification to Fr. Jon Sobrino, S.J. made public

“You can now read for yourself the notification from the Vatican to Father Sobrino declaring that certain propositions in his writings ‘are not in conformity with the doctrine of the...

El Salvador: Rufina Amaya Passes Away

Hora Cero [ES] and Tim Muth on the death of Rufina Amaya, the sole survivor of the 1981 El Mozote massacre which claimed over 1,000 lives.

What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — about murders in Guatemala

Recent events involving the murder of four Salvadorans in Guatemala have dominated the blogosphere in El Salvador. On February 19, three members of the Central American parliament (PARLACEN) from El...

El Salvador: Bush and Saca meet in Washington

Tim Muth has posted a complete transcript of the official statements by US President George Bush and El Salvador President Tony Saca following their meeting on Tuesday. Hunnapuh is skeptical...

El Salvador: Perquín

Laura V. of Viva El Salvador describes the violent history of Perquín in the mountainous region of Morazán: “it is amazing to think that just 20 years ago [during the...

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